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UPDATE: PSU Users experiencing trouble accessing Sharepoint and OneDrive.
Posted by Melinda Barnsley on 06 September 2019 02:29 PM

Updated Notice 9/6/2019 1:22 pm:

Microsoft has resolved the issue where PSU users could not access their PSU SharePoint and OneDrive storage.  If you are still experiencing problems, please clear your browser cache.  Instructions for doing so can be found here:  https://support.plymouth.edu/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/clear-your-browser-cache.

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PSU Users experiencing trouble accessing Sharepoint and OneDrive.
Posted by Melinda Barnsley on 06 September 2019 11:03 AM

Our users are reporting that access to PSU SharePoint and OneDrive is intermittent and, in some cases, unavailable all-together.  As a cloud-based service, the trouble is not local to our campus and Microsoft has confirmed that the trouble is on their end.  Our PSU IT team is monitoring the situation and will update the campus a more information becomes available.


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CYBER-SECURITY ALERT: Multiple Vulnerabilities with Google Android OS
Posted by Melinda Barnsley on 04 September 2019 11:09 AM

We have been notified of a vulnerably with Google Android OS, which specifically affects Google Android phones and other mobile devices running the Google Android OS.  The vulnerability could allow an attacker to install programs; view, change, or delete data; or create new accounts with full user rights on impacted devices.  View this document for more information: 
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ITS Summer Checklist for Faculty
Posted by Jo-Ann Guilmett on 08 May 2019 04:49 PM

A few important Tech Tips as the school year finishes.

Adobe Creative Cloud 2019: PSU now has a new and improved way to install Adobe Creative Cloud 2019 Software on your PSU-owned computers. Adobe created a Creative Cloud (CC) Launcher that you can install on your computer. Once the CC Launcher is install, you can update or install all the available PSU licensed Adobe products. Click
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IMPORTANT: Be aware of Phishing Scam
Posted by Jo-Ann Guilmett on 30 January 2019 01:23 PM

Several employees have reported receiving an email which appears to be coming from President Birx, with a subject heading of “Plymouth State University Revised Business Development, Implementation, and Review of Guidelines”.   In some cases, there is a Word document or PDF attached.  

This is a Phishing attempt and should be deleted right away.  DO NOT download the attachment, DO NOT enter your username and password in response to the
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